The Xornet isn't going to meet most of the uber-gamers requirements. It doesn't have super high DPI, the buttons aren't programmable, and it doesn't have a weight system to fine-tune the balance of the mouse. However, that wasn't the objective here. What Cooler Master aimed to do is provide a gaming mouse that wasn't going to break the bank. And, with its $29.99 MSRP, I think they hit the bulls-eye. It's a comfortable mouse with enough of the basic gaming features like its 2000 DPI sensitivity and durable components. Even more impressive is that they managed to avoid using the Phillips Twin Eye sensor that we despise, because of that they didn’t have any z-axis tracking issues. It deserves it's rating here, and will likely be on top of many lists of budget gaming mice during the holiday season.